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|Area||505,990 km2 (#)|
|Population Density||92 people/km2|
|GDP PPP||$1,864.00 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||$40,290|
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The highest point in continental Spain is Mulhacén, which is a point in the Sierra Nevada mountains measuring 11,413 feet (3,478.6 metres). In all of Spanish territory, Mount Pico in the Azores is the highest point at 2,531 metres. Mount Azores is an active stratovolcano.
The lowest point in Spain is at sea level. Spain has a coastline on both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
The northernmost point in Spain is Punta de Estaca de Baraes (43° 47′ 38″ N). It is found in the North Atlantic Ocean.
The easternmost point of mainland Spain is Cap de Creus. It is a rocky point in the eastern Pyrenees (42°19'14.3"N 3°18'53.8"E). The easternmost point of all of Spain is in Menorca at La Mola Island (39°52′N 4°19′E).
The southernmost point of mainland Spain is in Andalusia at Punta de Tarifa (36°00′N 5°36′W). The southernmost point in all of Spain is found in the Canary Islands at Punta de la Restinga (27°38′N 17°59′W).
The westernmost point on the Spanish mainland is Cape Touriñán in Galicia (43°02′N 9°18′W). The southernmost point in all Spanish territory can be found at Punta de la Orchilla, Canary Islands (27°43′N 18°09′W).
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